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How is lung cancer diagnosed?

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Your doctor may investigate further if a routine physical reveals:

�Swollen lymph nodes above the collarbone

�Weak breathing

�Abnormal sounds in the lungs

�Dullness when the chest is tapped

�Unequal pupils

�Droopy eyelids

�Weakness in one arm

�Expanded veins in the arms, chest, or neck

�Swelling of the face

From: Lung Cancer Diagnosis WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES: National Cancer Institute.  National Institutes of Health. WebMD Medical Reference: "Section 12 VIII Lung Cancer." American Cancer Society. American Lung Association.




Reviewed by Laura J. Martin on March 04, 2018

SOURCES: National Cancer Institute.  National Institutes of Health. WebMD Medical Reference: "Section 12 VIII Lung Cancer." American Cancer Society. American Lung Association.




Reviewed by Laura J. Martin on March 04, 2018

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